CASA Shelves Community Complaints About Low Flying
The CASA Safety Office responds by saying the breaches are not "systematic"!
Q. Where in the Civil Aviation Legislation does it say how often a safety rule has to be broken before it is taken seriously?
Imagine what it would be like driving a car if road rules weren't taken seriously until there was a "systematic problem"
systematic does low flying have to be? At a speed of 100 knots a
low flying aircraft could plough into homes in just a couple of seconds.
Aviators owe a profound duty of care to the community, especially if they are going to engage in activities which
cause risk to people who have had no say over the matter and who have no way to protect themselves.